The presidency of Donald Trump may affect women's rights significantly. Some policies Donald Trump discussed was abortion and how he would try and protect the unborn babies, but many women are unfit for being a parent that can provide, so this would not be helpful. Many people who work with Trump are men and will not ever have to deal with pregnancy therefore, women believe they should not have a huge say in abortion policies. Although Trump has said that planned parenthood has helped and benefited much of America, because of the abortion factor he would defund it in a whole. Donald Trump has also openly spoke about paid maternity leave, but as the Washington Post states, “Trump's plan is confusing and may exclude single mothers: women can only receive the paid leave if their marriage is ‘recognized under state law.’” Although Trump would be helpful to married women there still are many struggling single women with children. Donald Trump also has many people supporting his misogynistic views, as Dazed Digital informs us, “There’s attorney general pick Jeff Sessions, who previously voted against funding shelters and services for victims of domestic violence. Then there’s new health and human services secretary Tom Price, who voted against employers providing health care plans with contraception to women. There’s also potential secretary of labour pick Andrew Puzder, who is against raising the minimum wage – a decision that would affect women considerably more than men (two-thirds of minimum-wage earners are female).” Women are now fighting for equality because they see a problem with the new president of America and many feel that a change needs to happen. Donald Trump has not been in office for too long but many people see flaws with his views on women but will have an open mind to his presidency.